Philly.com interviewed Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie about his apparent angry outburst on the sideline during Monday night's matchup against the Chicago Bears. Rodgers-Cromartie confessed to letting the "heat of the moment" getting to him:
I got frustrated on a play that I should have known was coming and instead I did something else, so you know I kind of went off. (Shoot), I was mad, it was in the heat of the moment, (stuff) is going to happen.
Well, apparently, the Bears are not only better at football than the Eagles, but also better at televised outbursts.
It was only a few weeks ago that the nation shockingly watched as quarterback Jay Cutler yelled some choice words for the sideline -- while on national TV, no less:
Note the colorful language around yonder 23 second mark.
With all due respect to Dominique, he doesn't even have a Youtube clip yet. Moreover, Jay never apologized, but instead said essentially deal with it to a suddenly much more admiring fan-base.
Next time, DRC, consider yelling when the cameras are a little closer.